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Awesome location! Right downtown Talkeetna and in walking distance of the sites. A laid back environment where you can meet other travelers. Shared bathrooms that are clean but are in need of repair. Mattresses and bed linens need updating. An affordable place to stay.
Myself and four friends stayed in the Bunkhouse prior to and after our adventure on the Ruth Glacier. It was the perfect accommodation for us and our gear. The showers were hot. The place was clean. Our hosts were gracious. The beds were comfortable. The...More
This hostel sets the bar really high. It is so clean, cozy, and comfortable. I felt like it's in the best location in town, also. Everything is IMMACULATE. They are so friendly and provide you with everything you need. I feel like they allow you...More
Loved staying in this historic hostel. Stayed in the bunk house, which is a steal. Even as a single female, I felt completely safe and comfortable in a shared living space. Extremely helpful and welcoming staff, Gertrud and Barb. I've stayed in hostels all over...More
I stayed at the House of Seven Trees for two nights and it was so cozy, comfortable and clean. It is very homey and invites relaxation and is located right in the heart of Talkeetna.. The living room is so inviting to sit and put...More
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Breakfast is not included- there is a really nice kitchen/stove and dining area, however, to prepare food using dishes that belong to the hostel. You will need to purchase your own items to snack on or have... More
Breakfast is not included- there is a really nice kitchen/stove and dining area, however, to prepare food using dishes that belong to the hostel. You will need to purchase your own items to snack on or have breakfast (if you don't intend to eat at one of the venues within easy walking distance across the street) at the General Store- there is milk, fruit, and cereal hot/cold though it will be at unusually high prices being in such a remote area.
I was not able to find a website when I booked, I had to call- keep in mind the time zones, because the phone is in an area in the living space that would wake several people if a call came in at 3am. It is listed as +1 907-733-7733
If you were unable to call, if you messaged me your reservation I would call from here in the States for you- to make a reservation in your name- I was just there about two months ago and had a wonderful visit. Guests pay prior to departure, credit cards accepted then.
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